English subtitles for various episodes of the taiga drama Inochi.
Episode 45 and 46: After having retired, Dr. Sakaguchi and his wife are planning on traveling to Europe. Before going they are offered to go through a health check. Haru is also given the option, reluctantly she agrees to take it.
Episode 45 has some missing lines.
English subtitles for the asadora Oshin.
Episode 254: Nozomi concentrates on his pottery work, while Oshin and Hatsuko celebrate New Year’s alone.
Kume tries to protect her husband Tokugawa Yoshimune and their three children from the schemes of the inner palace of Edo Castle.
It’s 1681, Oshichi is the daughter of Kihee and Ofusa who own a vegetables store. Unfortunately the store burns down in a fire, while it’s being rebuilt Oshichi is sent to a temple. There she meets and falls deeply in love with Kichisaburo. Together they take care of and teach homeless children. However, after having returned home Oshichi learns that her father has someone else in mind as her future husband.
16-year old Hayakawa Yui travels back in time to the Warring States period. There she meets and falls in love with a young lord. To protect him she decides to become one of his running vassals, an Ashi Girl.
In episode 29 of Seoul 1945 Dong Woo and Ke Hee finish up hosting a party. Suk Kyung tries to ask the Yi family to help her.
As Hokusai progressed in age, he could no longer move the paintbrush as he wished but Oei continued to draw his paintings as her father’s “shadow”. She was content to be the shadow while he dazzled. And she kept on painting, obsessed with color and shadow. Time eventually passes and by the time Oei has developed her own unique style.
Chuushingura no Koi is set in the Edo period, the drama is about Kiyo, a woman who tries to overcome status differences of those days. When she pledges to live for love, a knife attack occurs at Edo castle. As a 48th loyal retainer, her fate changes after a raid on Kira: she is determined to serve at the inner palace of Edo Castle called “Ooku”.
As a young man Oda Nobunaga wasn’t seen as the right heir to the Oda clan, but through a political marriage arranged by his father, Nobunaga not only gained influence, he also became the daimyo who joined the three imperial counties to unite Japan.